On Friday, 13 May, Fed Square will host Fed Live with Briggs – a free, all-ages gig featuring an incredible line-up of First Nations artists.
Briggs headlines, with support performances by Kee’ahn, Soju Gang and Izy. Expect everything from rap, hip-hop and soul to get-on-your-feet DJ mixes.
*Please note that tickets do not need to be booked for this event.*
Izy is the world’s first Far North Queensland neo-soul supergroup, producing soul music for soul people.
Influential DJ and designer Soju Gang is known for her energetic party mixes and equally vibrant style and personality.
With a name coming from the Wik people, meaning to dance, sing, and play, singer Kee’ahn aims to honour her name and Ancestors through her soulful music that weaves lush melodies and words reminiscent of heartbreak and healing.
As a rapper and pioneer of the Australian hip hop scene, Briggs hails from Shepparton (Yorta Yorta country) and is a strong voice for the rights of Aboriginal people. Briggs has also appeared as an actor on television, has a record label and is a comedy writer.
*Please note, Briggs’ set will contain some explicit language. Viewer discretion advised.